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The Sun (Newspaper) - June 27, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioThe a Liberal Aune 30, Cinotti 2, 1. 879 a Ohio Cio Pac Calls All hands to protest rally next sunday the Cio Pac state Central president Jack Kroll called committee has approved plans for upon c i o. Workers for a a real a mass protest rally to be held i demonstration of their resent in Columbus sunday june 29, 1 00 ., at Central High school. Ment of labor legislation designed to take away their free two of a kind vol. 7 no. 10 labor Taft o june 27, 1917 Aht it mow a bite Tor brother in ses a v the Taft Hartley Bill designed to Puli the Teeth of an effective labor movement in this country became Law this week. The reactionary enemies of labor won their great Legal Victory against the working men and women of America on june 23, a Date marked in Black on labors Calendar. On that Day the Senate voted to Over ride the veto of president Truman. The House had overridden the veto on the previous Friday jamming the vote through almost before the clerk had finished Reading the powerful protest of the chief executive against toe vicious legislation. In spite of a tremendous volume of protest from labor and liberals from Maine to California the majority of the congressmen and senators insisted they heard the a i thin it would be exceedingly dangerous to our country to develop a class basis for political action a he said. Declaring the Bill completely contrary to the american policy of economic Freedom he said a it would establish by Law limitations on the terms of every bargaining agreement and nullify thousands of agreements mutually arrived continued to a a a is Union officials a voice of the people crying fms to tto meet for Handcuffs to be put upon the free labor movement of America. In his veto message the president said the Bill would a contribute neither to Industrial peace nor to economic stability and Progress. It would be a dangerous stride in the direction of a totally managed Economy. It contains seeds of discord which would Lodge Shipley strike ends Union wins $140,000 boost All local Union officers and executive Board members As Well As All delegates to the greater Cincinnati Cio Industrial Union Council have been asked to attend an important meeting called by William Black Council president for 7 30 ., wednesday. July 2 in room 206, 1015 Vine Street. Re. M m j the purpose of this meeting is approximately $140.000 in wage increases for the year will be an overflow crowd of Over 300 members attended the meeting on paid by the Lodge and Shipley june 20. Originally scheduled for co. As a result of the agreement the Camp Washington veterans made last week with the Nego Hall it was necessary to take the Tilting committee of the l. S. Unit of local 766, United electrical radio and machine workers. Members of the unit at a special meeting on june 20 voted to accept the proposals worked out by their committee and the com to make further plans for political Pany to end the strike the following monday. Action in 1947 and 1948. The plague this nation for years a Council this week stressed the people to Taft Field for the meeting. Members of the negotiating committee Are Jacob Koehler jr., chairman George w. Fosnot Harry Faught Sherman Brook Bank and Frank Boeskin. A the film a deadline for action Quot will be featured sunday at a membership meeting of Columbia to 00096/ Truman also said he saw the Bill As a raising barriers Between labor and management a and a it would invite them to gain their ends through direct political by injecting political considerations into Normal economic decisions. Details of the contract Are still urgency of working out an effect being arranged part of the total recording unit of local 766, unit Tive political program immediate increase will be used to Correct cd electrical radio and machine inequities and part applied to general w age increase. Dom. A your enemies Are playing for keeps a Kroll said. A we be got a real educational Job to do and we can to wait until 1948 to do it. We must publicize the records of these men now. We can Lay the groundwork for their defeat now. A we Are facing a threat greater than any strike we Ever had a he continued. A a we be got to do the same kind of political action Job that we would do in organizing a successful strike. This organization of ours is not going to lie Down and die just because a Taft or a Hartley or a Van Aken says we Are going to die. The Taft-1 Hartley Bill and the Van Aken Bill in Ohio will provide the spark tha t w i11 set of i e of a a a ivc Pac activities for 1948. O be from g serve its liberties a Kroll said i a this is it. Our enemies Are determined to hang chains on american labor. The men and women who fought fascism in Europe Are not going to accept it Here. A these anti labor Bills a re no Accident a he went on to say. A they have one purpose to destroy the labor movement. I notice that Congress was unwilling to give labor a full employ a ment Bill but it has passed a full employment Bill for lawyers in this anti labor governor Herbert held a conference on the Van Aken Bill j wednesday at the Cape Tol. Representatives of labor organization and of business groups were1 Ore sent to give their views on the Bill. He also had invited publishers and editors of a number of Ohio newspapers to attend the session. The governor has until next monday to act on the Bill. Reports Early this week from Cincinnati Cio locals showed a Strong support for the Columbus rally. Union officers notified monday of plans for the mass protest were already promising Large delegations for the trip. Twelve Hundred names on petitions requesting the governor to veto the Van Aken anti labor Bill were sent last week from. Local 1858, United steelworkers. Members of this local will go up to Columbus sunday and Back up those petitions local officers said. I continued on Page ii by and the importance of a full attendance at this special meeting. Van Aken Bill Quot stupid and unworkable a workers. The meeting will begin i it of at 3 At the Mason City Hall. Amp Yosif it Lff Senate of opens doors wide for offenders Murray and Green us Truman veto Washington a up a pres. Truman a veto message accompanying the return of the Taft Hartley labor Bill to Capitol Hill was described by Al pres. William Green As a a masterpiece of statesmanship a and by Cio pres. Philip Murray As a a penetrating analysis exposing its a devastating Green said Truman had a Ystal partly upheld the fundamental principles of Freedom and fair dealing in Industrial relations which the Taft Hartley Bill set out to Murray liked Truman a description of the Bill As a a Clear threat to the successful working of our democratic forces. This Bill is perhaps the most vicious economic and social legislation of the past decade. Its effects for Good and ill would be Felt for decades to this article was written by an j National labor relations act and member is a violation of Law observer with thorough knowledge adds a lot of new ones against of labor Law. The Van Aken anti labor Bill passed by the Ohio legislature and now awaiting gubernatorial signature or veto is without doubt the strangest most unworkable and stupid piece of anti labor legislation Ever passed by any state legislature in America. And of course senator Reiners Republican senator from labor unions and their members. Enforcement is left entirely to the prosecuting attorneys of the various counties and the attorney general of Ohio. So every Day after the Law goes into effect Large delegations of Union members and delegations of employers will await the prosecuting attorney insisting that the employee or employer As the Case May be be prosecuted Hamilton county Ohio played a Anco sen 0 Jan a for violations of Large part in redrafting the Bill. Passion and prejudice applied the Law. The result will be that every to any legislation brings Indus election for prosecuting attorney Tice and stupidity and we strongly belive that if the governor of Ohio signs this atrocious Bill that before Long employers themselves will beseech the governor to Call a special session to repeal the Law. The Van Aken Bill makes All unfair labor practices misdemeanours punishable by six months in jail and or a Fine of $500.00. It makes unfair labor practices of All those formerly created by the in every county of this state will be a labor fight. In agricultural counties labor will always be prosecuted and the employers rarely. In Industrial counties there will be a bitter fight with All sorts of results. Labor disputes instead of being resolved will be sharpened and political parties will bargain alternately with employers and Union members for their votes. Coercion on the part of a Union there is no definition of coercion in the Law and of course there Are no cases indicating what coercion is so that there will be a Washington up a the Senate has approved the Buck Wolcott Bill which under the pretence of extending rent control actually seals its doom. Repealing almost All controls on building the Bill also contains a provision inserted by landlord interests allowing landlord and Battle Royal in All common pleas j tenant to sign a. Lease with a. 15% courts to determine this question. Labor relations Are a sociological and economic phenomenon and should not be confused with criminal actions. The Van Aken Law pays no attention to definitive United states rent boost if it extends into 1949 or longer. Rent control on paper is extended through february of 1948, but local rent area advisory committees nominated by state governors May ordain rent boosts or supreme court decisions and is de control which become effect riddled with unconstitutional provisions. For instance you cannot picket an establishment unless you Are an employee of that establishment. The supreme court of the United states in the Case of swing is. . Of l. Pointed out years ago that this was unconstitutional and an abridgement of free speech. No legislature has been As incompetent As the last one in the state of Ohio and no group of that legislature has been More anti Union and anti social than the Republican delegation from Hamilton county. Tive within 30 Days unless vetoed by the housing expediter. Cio legislative director Nathan Cowan said the Cio is not asking pres. Truman to veto the measure. A Congress would gladly tag the president with responsibility for killing All rent control As of june 30,�?� Cowan said a and that is exactly what will happen if the president vetoes the but the Law he said will not hold the rent line will not protect tenants from eviction and will give landlords a a Blackjack with which to persuade tenants to pay 15% higher

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